Paks For Wotja V20+ (get Wotja) (see the Latest Paks)

We try to give a little extra love by making available some free add-on content "Paks" for Wotja V20+.

We have some Template Paks ("Template Paks") and some Audio Loop Paks ("Loop Paks"). Loop Paks are specially constructed Paks that contain add-on content packaged in such a way to make the included loops extra easy to use in Wotja - with some benefits.

To use them you will of course need to have Wotja installed!

NB: For now the Template Paks and Loop Paks below are still constructed in the same way as the old ones, but that may well change as we move forward. Because of that, if you are looking for content for use in Wotja V19, Noatikl 3 and Mixtikl 7 we suggest looking instead at the Pak V19 Archive page.

Template Paks

For use in mixes and auto-mixes these include Wotja Templates (.noatikl files) and custom SF2 files. See also the Pak Creator Guide.

Morphing Drum + Bass ("MDB") Download & Instructions


IM ZG Morphing Drum + Bass

  • A fun "retrospective" generative Zip of the 1998 SSEYO/Zero-G title "Koan Essentials Morphing Drum + Bass" ("MDB").
  • It includes Templates (.noatikl files) which you can add to a mix and use in Randomization Schemes (for automatic mixes, mix randomization, Flow etc.).
  • The SF2 included in the Zip are made available for free courtesy of Zero-G. To show your appreciation, visit the Zero-G website.

This pak comprises the 77 MDB SF2 files (22kHz, mono, created back in 1998 from loops and samples owned by the awesome Zero-G) and the 100 MDB generative Koan SKD templates that referenced them (but converted to Noatikl templates).

Pak Recording
Morphing Drum + Bass
Morphing Drum + Bass
Morphing Drum + Bass
Morphing Drum + Bass

  • Download the above zip file (do not unzip it).
  • Copy/move the downloaded zip file to your Wotja folder (See this FAQ).
  • Restart Wotja for it to get picked up.
  • Create or open a mix.
  • In Music Editing Mode tap a Cell to add a Template
  • In the left side of the Template list find and tap on a Pak called "IM_ZG_MorphingDrum+Bass".
  • Tap on any one of the templates in right hand list.
  • Tap the top right "Load" button and you will be returned to Mix Edit Mode.
  • Tip: To see the SF2 that has been selected tap the Synth button for one of the Generators in that template and then tap on the Wavetable unit.

Loop Paks

Loop Paks are Paks specially constructed for use with audio loops. They include some extra information on loop tempo(s), loop root(s) and loop length(s). Via the Templates List, the loops can only be added to existing mixes. See also the Loop Pak Creator Guide.

Audio Loop Collections 1-3 Download


AL Collection 1 AL Collection 2 AL Collection 3

  • Over 300 quality 16-bit 44KHz mono audio loops.
  • Each of the 15 Paks also includes loop root/tempo info - so you can just drop the loops into Wotja.
  • Yours to use in our apps provided you have downloaded them from the Intermorphic website.
  • These Loop Paks include only audio files. They do NOT include Templates (.noatikl files), meaning they cannot be used in Randomization Schemes. You can only see these Paks in the left hand column of the Templates List when you go to add a Template to a Cell in an EXISTING mix.
Pak Recording
IM - AL Techno 112d
IM - AL Funk 120d
IM - AL Prog 115c
IM - AL Techno Prog 091a
IM - AL Reichian Techno 120c#
IM - AL Cinematic 078a
IM - AL Techno 086a
IM - AL Prog 085a
IM - AL Techno 144e
IM - AL World Beat 108a
IM - AL Ambient 100c
IM - AL Dance 125a
IM - AL Funk 084e
IM - AL World Beat 160c (
IM - AL Ambient 080a

All Paks


Important: In the Template List if you want to see all Loop Paks separately listed on the left side and can unzip a file then get the "Zip of Zips". If you cannot unzip and are OK with seeing just one Pak on the left with a big list of content on the right then get the "All Paks" zip. Otherwise get the "Individual Pak" zips below.

Individual Paks

  1. Download the required zip file (do not unzip it UNLESS it is the "Zip of Zips" zip file).
  2. Copy/move the zip file(s) to your Wotja folder (See this FAQ).
  3. Restart Wotja for the Loop Pak(s) to get picked up.
  4. Create or open a mix.
  5. In Mix Editor Mode tap a Cell to add a Template
  6. In the left side of the Template list find and tap on a Loop Pak, e.g."IMTPALoopEssentials1" (the Loop Pak(s) will be near the bottom and have a name "IMTPAL*something*").
  7. Tap on any one of the templates in right hand list.
  8. Tap the top right "Load" button and you will be returned to Mix Edit Mode.
  9. Tip: Audio Loops can ONLY be added to an existing mix; they cannot be used in Randomization Schemes.


How do I copy/move Paks into Wotja?

How do I use the Loop Paks in Wotja?

You must first have a Loop Pak installed of course! From a Content Cell select a Loop Pak in the left side list of the Templates List and then a loop from the right side list; the select the top right menu "Load".

How do I share mixes referencing the content in these or other Paks?

The Paks on this page are not embedded in our apps so for people to hear in mixes the content that is in one of them they need to first download and install the relevant Paks (and this applies to any other Pak your mix may reference). Until they have the relevant Paks installed, content cells referencing any Audio (or MIDI) Loops in such Paks will show as red to indicate the content is not present.

See here for details on where to put Paks.

Why do the free Loop Pak audio loops load slowly on my device?

Some of the loops in the free Loop Paks are quite large and to be used they need to be decompressed into memory (they are in Ogg format in the Paks to make the paks as small as possible). This can take a few seconds depending on how many you use.

Can I use my own loops/content in Wotja without having to create a Pak?

If you want loops to be timestretched and pitch shifted to suit the mix tempo and root then you MUST create a properly formatted and zipped as a "Loop Pak", as per instructions in the Loop Pak Creator Guide.

If you do not need that then you still need to put them in a Pak (i.e. a suitably organised zip file - see the Pak Creator Guide), but there are fewer things you need to do. See here.

Where do I find the Pak EULA?

You find it here.

Is there a FAQ on general licencing questions?

Yes, there is, and it is here.